Kentucky Paint Horse Club will be presenting its Spring Paint-O-Rama Horse Show on the weekend of April 6- 7, 2013 at Lakeside Arena in Frankfort, Kentucky. Show starts at 8 am each day.
Saturday classes include: Showmanship, Halter, Trail, Western Riding, Reining, Pole Bending, Stake Race, Barrel Racing
Sunday classes include: Hunter Hack, Working Hunter, Pleasure Driving, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunt Seat Equitation, Leadline, Walk-Trot, Western Pleasure, Horsemanship, Reining
All classes listed above are broken down into different divisions. For more information you can access the full showbill by going to Lakeside Arena’s website here.
High point awards will be awarded in the following categories: Open, Amateur, Novice Amateur, Amateur W/T, Novice Youth, Youth, Solid Paint Bred (Youth, Am, Open).
Health Certificate and Coggins are required for ALL horses. Due to changing requirements go to the following website here.
Show Manager is Jeff Ohler
Show Secretary is Carmen Lay: (615)796-1572
To reserve stalls please contact Kyle Crager at 606-782-2132 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Stalls prepaid by March 22 are $70 after that date they will be $80. Camper hookups available at $45 for the weekend.
Directions to Lakeside Arena: From I-64, exit 58, Frankfort/Versailles go south on US 60 then turn right at traffic light at Route 1681 West to Millville. Go 1.2 miles. Look for black plank fence and the sign for Lakeside Arena on the left.
Photo: Courtesy of the Kentucky Paint Horse Club
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